Practical Passive Shared Bottleneck Detection using Shape Summary Statistics

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Practical Passive Shared Bottleneck Detection using Shape Summary Statistics” by David A. Hayes, Simone Ferlin, and Michael Welzl. In Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN), Sep. 2014, pp. 150-158.

Abstract

Practical shared bottleneck detection has proved to be a difficult problem. We present a novel passive approach using efficient estimates of time and frequency domain summary statistics. The approach is not CPU nor network intensive, and has numerous potential applications in the Internet. Simulations and tests over the Internet and 3G cellular network show its efficacy in grouping flows correctly.

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BibTeX entry:

@inproceedings{hayes14:_pract_passiv_shared_bottl_detec,
   author = {David A. Hayes and Simone Ferlin and Michael Welzl},
   title = {Practical Passive Shared Bottleneck Detection using Shape
	Summary Statistics},
   booktitle = {{Proc. of the IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN)}},
   pages = {150--158},
   month = sep,
   year = {2014},
   url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/LCN.2014.6925767}
}

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